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Postdoctoral position at the GCAT LAB
The postdoctoral researcher will be part on a project that aims at understanding the genetic basis of multimorbidity and disease trajectories in human populations. Identifying the genomic impact on disease trajectories is a growing field of research. Advances in throughput technologies and mining of electronic Health Records allow us to identify and characterize in a dynamic manner the impact of genetic profiles in susceptibility and prognosis of common disease with a wide perspective.
The postdoctoral researcher will be responsible for the analysis of health registers, to develop, and study patterns of disease in the context of common diseases susceptibility. Among others, the tasks involved in the postdoctoral research project will be identifying signatures of diseases trajectories, identifying evidence of genetic impact on it, and looking for associations between genetic and environmental variables in the disease. The researcher will be in charge of a PhD student involved directly in the project.
A PhD in Biology or a related field, good organizational skills, and good writing skills are required. Previous professional experience will be considered.
What do we offer?
We offer a full-time contract. Salary will depend on the experience of the candidate. Partial-time tele-working. The candidate will join a research with three PhD students. The lab is leading the GCAT project which offers an extensive networking of opportunities.
Application deadline: 15th June 2020.
Bioinformatics expertise: Computational Genomics
The GCAT lab is always looking for people motivated by human genomic research in all its approaches. If you have concerns and interest in developing your research, contact us to know what we are doing and to give us your ideas as well.
For information about jobs at the IGTP, including in the GCAT project, please see the IGTP Job Openings Section.